Created for Yonder by The Tylt
Volcanic eruptions of Mount Kilauea show no sign of stopping. Beginning on May 3, Kilauea has spouted rivers of lava, sent plumes of ash 30,000 feet into the air, and prompted the closure of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. But experts say the worry is overhyped. Realistically, it's only affecting a small part of the island. In fact, it might be the best time to go—people rarely get an opportunity to see an active volcanic eruption like this. Is the volcano stopping you?